Master Programme in Transport Systems in Stockholm, Sweden
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KTH, the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden, is pleased to
announce our two-year Master Programme in Transport Systems. We are now
welcoming applicants for our third cohort, which starts in late August
2009. The programme prepares students for transport-related careers in
government, academia, and the private sector, with a broad course
curriculum covering many major aspects of transport analysis,
including traffic engineering, transport economics, policy analysis,
sustainability issues, travel modelling, and public transport.
The program is offered through KTH's Department of Transport and
Economics, with additional involvement by the faculties of Geoinformatics
and Environmental Strategies Research. The programme is presented entirely
in English, with students coming from across Europe and around the world.
Also noteworthy is that there are no tuition fees for students admitted to
the programme; Master studies in Sweden are fully funded by the
government. In addition, there are a limited number of scholarships
available to help cover living expenses; please see
http://www.studyinsweden.se/ for information on how to apply for those
Additional information about the programme is included in the attached
flyer (a PDF file). To read more about the programme online, please see
www.kth.se/studies/master/programmes/abe/2.1755?l=en. For additional
details about the programme structure and courses, please see
http://www.infra.kth.se/tla/mtsa, and for admission requirements and
selection, please see
We are now open for applications for students beginning in autumn of 2009.
The deadline for applications is January 15, 2009. For the application
process, please see http://www.kth.se/studies/master/application?l=en.
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